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Manufacturer part number: MAG993-BLK
GTIN: 840815121978

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Product description

MAGPUL PMAG 7.62MM D-50 LR/SR GEN M3 (MAG993-BLK) is a lightweight 50-round polymer drum magazine designed for 7.62x51 NATO/.308 Winchester ammunition for SR25/M110 pattern rifles. It’s capable of using longer-than-SAAMI-spec match ammunition, up to 2.830” OAL, such as M118LR. The D-50 has a crush-resistant polymer construction and slip-on semi-rigid dust cover. The stainless-steel internals withstands corrosion and long-term storage while loaded with no loss of function, spring fatigue, or reliability concerns. To make handloading done with ease, the D-50 has a ratcheting loading lever that removes the spring tension. With a simple flat blade screwdriver or a similar tool, the D-50 can be disassembled with ease. At approximately 1.7 lbs empty, and 4.5 lbs loaded, the Magpul D-50 is one of the lightest 50-round 7.62x51/.308 drums available. The unique design gives the D-50 the same overall height profile as a standard 25-round PMAG.


  • Weight: 1.7 lbs.
  • Width: 4.64”
  • Length: 4.35”
  • Height: 8.34”

*Optimized for use only with 7.62x51 NATO/.308 Winchester cartridges. Use with other calibers such as .260 Remington or 6.5 Creedmoor is not recommended.

Note: Compatible with older model Bushmaster .308 ORC, Remington R-25, and DPMS LR308 rifles, but not optimized for bolt lock functionality with newer models based on the DPMS GII design. NOT compatible with Armalite AR-10B, Springfield Armory M1A, Rock River Arms LAR8, FN SCAR 17S, PTR-91, HK417 or any other rifles that utilize M14, FN FAL, or HK 91/G3 patterned magazines.

Additional information
Manufacturer: Magpul Industries

High Capacity Magazine Restrictions:

Please check with your state regulations/local laws for ownership of high-capacity magazines BEFORE placing your order. High capacity magazines are not legal in all areas of the U.S. Customers in CA, CO, DC, HI, MA, MD, NJ, NY, and VA need to comply with all state and local laws regarding high capacity magazines.